Culture around your campsite in the Danube Valley
The surroundings of your campsite in the Danube Valley are home to a wealth of cultural heritage dating back to old Hungary. Visit the baroque hunting lodge of Eckartsau, the old Mosonmagyarovar with its seventeen bridges, the Esztergom Basilica or the historic Gyor. The picturesque town of Szentendre is a must. This city is filled with art galleries. Those fond of castles and fortresses can indulge themselves during a camping holiday in the Danube Valley.
Nature surrounding your campsite in the Danube Valley
The Danube Valley is the jewel of Hungary. If you are staying at a campsite in the Danube Valley, you should not miss the Danube Bend. This is the most beautiful part of the region and offers one of the most amazing panoramic views of the country. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and wildlife, including birds of prey that can be seen in the nature reserve of Gerecse, a mountain range reaching altitudes of 400 to 600 meters. You can make lovely walks here. Those who love cycling can also indulge themselves at a campsite in the Danube valley. You can make beautiful bike rides along the River Danube while enjoying the beauty all around you.
Tours and activities from the campsite in the Danube Valley
From your campsite in the Danube Valley, you can make lovely trips. In addition, your site is the ideal starting point for numerous activities. Apart from cycling and walking, you can also find plenty of fishing spots, go canoeing or swimming, or hire a boat. The river offers entertainment for young and old. Enjoy trips that include the fabulous spas and thermal baths in Komarom and children can have fun at the zoo in Gyor. You can alternate the culture and nature around your campsite in the Danube Valley with fun trips and activities.
The capital, Budapest
When you stay at a campsite in the Danube Valley, a visit to the capital Budapest must not be missed. The city is an amalgamation of the city of Buda on the right bank and the city of Pest on the left bank of the Danube. The city is most famous for its many thermal baths with water from natural sources. But the city offers so much more. The Royal Palace, the Archaeological Museum and the Hungarian National Museum for the true art lover are some examples. Enjoy it all when you take a trip to Budapest from your campsite in the Danube Valley.
A camping holiday in the Danube Valley will be a truely unforgettable time for you.